“A kitchen without a knife is not a kitchen” – Masaharu Morimoto

There are few tools in a kitchen more important than a good quality chefs knife.  Investing in a knife that feels balanced in your hand and keeps a good edge will transform your experience with preparing food.  Forget what your mama told you and come play with knives to feel the difference.



How long does it take to perfect the craftsmanship of man’s oldest tool? Wusthoff has been creating knives in Solingen, Germany for over 200 years. Passion, diligence and perfection are the core values of the company and are symbolized by the iconic trident that adorns each knife.



Shun Cutlery proudly takes its name from this Japanese culinary tradition of preparing and eating the very freshest food at the perfect “shun” moment. Known for functionality, quality and beauty you can rely on each knife to always be peak of their perfection.



A top of the line ceramic blade experience, Kyocera produces a knife that is 50% harder than steel and only second to diamond in hardness. Their one of a kind ceramic material is made of a stronger, denser blade that holds an edge longer than other knives.  Ceramic cutlery is half the weight of steel knives resulting in an a lighter tool that becomes a comfortable extension of your hand.


Wusthof – Germany

Shun – Japan

Kyocera – Japan

Victorinox/Swiss Army – Switzerland

KAI – Japan

Chroma – Japan

Global – Japan

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